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Marguerite Duras: A Meeting of Media

Marguerite Duras was a prolific French writer of the 20th century, and her creative outputs take many different forms. Plays, films and cassettes make up part of her repertoire, as well as the more the conventional novels and journalistic articles. 1,310 more words

No one knows the secret of its beginning or its end. Its forms are phantoms. The thread alone is real; the thread is life. — Loren Eiseley

I’m sorry to Fox Sparrow. Because the dark became darker, and for primordial reasons no one knows, he returned. How did he reckon with the absence after so many years. 450 more words


Mini-Review: The Lover

It’s crunch time for my 2017 reading challenge, so I’m trying to pick up as many books as I can to complete the challenge in the next two(ish) months. 860 more words




     Here in Ho Chi Minh City, I am meeting writers and poets, and hearing of soldiers carrying a poem on their hearts into battle. They say that the Americans wouldn’t have gone to war in Vietnam if they’d known this poem, this song, this myth. 516 more words


Marguerite Duras #quote

“Very early in my life it was too late.”

“Très tôt dans ma vie, il a été trop tard”

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Top 5 Wednesday | Non-Horror Books that Scared Me

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme created by Lainey and Samantha. You get a new topic every Wednesday, and you list your top 5 books related to the particular topic. 280 more words

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It is ANOTHER perfect day in New Orleans (I feel like a WGNO forecaster low-key). There’s no humidity–just dry brightness that makes you want to breathe in real, real deep. 769 more words

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